The tulip fields of Holland

Tuesday March 29, 2011

If the sight of daffodils and other spring flowers raises your spirits after the greys of winter, why not pop across to the Netherlands and see the tulip fields in all their myriad colours?

Each year, from March to May, the Dutch countryside becomes a sea of tulips, hyacinths and all manner of other flowers.

Mere photos can only give a hint of the pure explosion of colour and scent all around. Amsterdam's bulb belt stretches for thirty miles from Haarlem, just outside the capital, to Leiden.

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